When I tried to find an answer to my question about the change fro Saturday to Sunday in Christian practices, I visited various sites in the Internet. Though they had some interesting stuff and ideas, often I became alerted because they belonged to various sects which didn’t care to hide their attitude (which one wouldn’t describe as a friendly one) towards the official Catholic doctrines. Rather, they were quite attacking Vatican and by reciting old manuscripts -using quotes that perhaps are taken out of any context- made very often an extraordinary attack to the Roman Catholic Church. In other cases these sites were Muslim propaganda sites, which did nothing have in mind but attacking Christians, trying to prove Christianity wrong, and through this spreading the teachings of Islam. The same can I say about Hindu sites and other minor religions. All these sites attack all the dogmas and doctrines of Christianity, Saturday and Sunday, Baptism, Saints, Easter and Christmas, and their most beloved subject is Holy Trinity.
Reading all these sites I did nothing gain but become more confused than ever. I don’t know what to believe and what to dismiss as lies and misinterpretations. At least I’m not a historian or theologian and cannot check or prove their statements either wrong or right.
Is there any rule as to how one can discern good information from evil propaganda in the Internet? Or shall I dismiss all sites as non-worthy information, and stick to the official doctrines and dogmas of my religion and not care if these are falsities as well, as if the truths lies out there, but not easy to gain?
Well, there is also some quotes from the bible that sound like “believe it and do not search”, but on the other side we have also the command “search the scripts” It is an contradiction, isn't